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Small Red Latex Level 3 Cut Resistant Insulated Winter Dipped Work Gloves

$10.99
  • Ideal use for demolition, wire-stripping, and pipe threading
  • 3/4 double dipped latex microfinish for water resistance & warmth
  • Breathable and comfortable glove design
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About This Product

Milwaukee Tools Cut Level 3 Winter Insulated gloves are designed to provide ultimate warmth, allday comfort and best in class dexterity for handling small objects. Milwaukee Tools winter gloves utilize a warm acrylic terry liner to maintain warmth in the coldest of conditions. Additionally, the gloves have a secure dual liner to comfortably keep your hands warm without the liner separating after extended use on the jobsite. These gloves are constructed with a 3/4 double dipped latex microfinish for water resistance to provide best in class grip performance in the coldest of temperatures. Lastly, these gloves feature a 15-Gauge nylon outer liner resulting in high dexterity fingertips and breathability.

Highlights

  • ANSI 3
  • EN511: 02X
  • EN 388: 2442C
  • High dexterity 15-Gauge nylon and high performance polyethylene outer liner for protection
  • Sandy latex finish for grip performance
  • 7-Gauge inner liner for warmth
  • Breathable and comfortable glove design
  • Ideal use for demolition, wire-stripping and pipe threading applications
  • Includes: 1 cut level 3 insulated gloves -S
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Internet # 306811368

Model # 48-22-8920

Store SKU # 1003590669

Store SO SKU #1003590669

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Specifications

Details

ANSI/ISEA Cut Rating

A3

Clothing Product Type

Gloves

Coating Material

Latex Coated

Color

Red

Gender

Men's

Glove Features

Cut Resistant

Glove Material

High Density Polyethylene (HDPE)

Glove Size

Small

Glove Type

Cold Weather

Gloves & Mittens Product Type

Outdoor & Work

Hardware Color Family

Multi

Mitten/glove style

Glove

Pack Size

1

Returnable

90-Day

Questions & Answers

17Questions
caret
Q:are these gloves machine washable and dry in dryer what recommended settings?
by|Dec 4, 2023
2 Answers
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A:  i wash them in machine))) no big problem, anyway the insulation works about 10-15 days (i do siding)

by|Jan 14, 2024

    A:  We recommend hand washing and air drying them! - Milwaukee Tool, Social Team

    by|Dec 6, 2023
      caret
      Q:What's the coldest weather it can handle
      by|Sep 29, 2023
      1 Answer
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      A:  Hi Lola - The gloves has an EN 511:01X rating. - Milwaukee Tool, Social Team

      by|Jan 7, 2024
        1 found this answer helpful
        caret
        Q:are these gloves good to wear in -10 weather conditions ?
        by|Sep 3, 2023
        1 Answer
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        A:  No, I had them on today in 0-10 weather and my fingers got sooooo cold! Taking them back asap! Even let my coworker try them on and he gave them back 10 minutes later, JUNK!

        by|Jan 16, 2024
          caret
          Q:Can you touch live wires with these gloves without but shocked?
          by|Aug 20, 2023
          1 Answer
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          A:  Hi Chase - These gloves are not insulated; please do not wear them when working with live wires. - Milwaukee Tool, Social Team

          by|Nov 18, 2023
            1 found this answer helpful
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            Customer Reviews

            4.5 out of 5

            • 4.5 out of 1,179 reviews
            • 86% recommend this product
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            Three weeks and the rubber is falling off
            I bought these hoping they’d be the solution to working outside around the house in the winter. Wow was I wrong. Three weekends of working outside and the rubber is falling off. Absolutely disappointing given the price .
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              They are not warm at all
              I expected these gloves to be warmer than your typical work glove but they’re not. They feel thick and feel like a good quality but my hands and fingers do not feel warm.
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                2 found this review helpful
                Warm but not a great coating
                I purchased a few pairs of the level 4 insulated gloves for the winter working in a steel mill. After a few days of working with pipes, shovels and tools I’ve had a few pairs start to rip in the palms. Think I’m going to look for something else. The glove in the picture is only after 3 days of use
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                Response from Milwaukee ToolDec 28, 2022
                Mike, thank you for taking the time to provide feedback on your gloves. We would like to learn more and assist. Could you send our team an email at social.media@milwaukeetool.com? Thank you - Milwaukee Tool Social Team
                  1 found this review helpful
                  Great gloves, I have yet to find any better.
                  I have been using both cut LVL 1 and 2 for over a year now. And those have become my gloves for everything. These are the cut LVL 4 gloves and until recently I did not even know they had these. It would have been nice, I put up a pergola in freezing to just above freezing weather with a set of cut LVL 2 gloves and while they did okay at keeping me warm, these would have been great. I do work ranging from building furniture, restoration, plumbing, automotive, construction projects, and demolition. I used to use gloves similar to mechanics gloves and have tried several types of that flavor and even the thicker pair have always prematurely failed. In the fingers, Velcro, or palm. It was nothing to go through three sets of those other gloves on a patio project but not these. These are thicker yet still snug and don't get in the way when I am trying to grab something. It is a little difficult to grab screws but that would be expected with a thicker glove, still, only a little because even these thick Milwaukee gloves are easier to work with than any other glove I have used to include much thinner ones. I assume that is because they are so snug to your fingers. I have no issue working with my drill, or grabbing things from my tool bag. I have had no issues with splinters piercing these gloves and have even slipped on something that would have ripped or cut other gloves of similar thickness that these seemed to just laugh at. I did not have a used set to compare to because this is the first real-time I have seen these thick ones; however, if they perfume anything like the cut LVL 2 gloves I love, I am sure they are going to take a beating and have tons of life in them. I can say I have had them on in freezing weather and they do just fine. I cleared some snow and ice off my truck and they keep me warm and dry. They are not waterproof, but in that situation, I had no issue with them. I cannot recommend these gloves enough, and with my experience using these Milwaukee gloves, I can confidently say you will not be disappointed. Milwaukee hit a home run with these.
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                  • Recommended
                  4 found this review helpful
                  High quality, warm gloves with a tough rubber dip
                  These gloves are well suited for work outside during the cold season. They are dipped to fully protect against liquid and are rated level4 (A4) cut resistant which denotes mid-range protection in this classification (level 4 is defined by OSHA as a force of 1.5kg on a certain straight cutting blade). The extra cut protection will remove some of the dexterity of regular gloves, but it still is excellent. Be aware that these gloves seem to be smaller than other manufacturers 'L-sized' gloves. Best to try them on before purchasing.
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                  • Recommended
                  Milwaukee Makes Nice Gloves Too!
                  Everyone knows that Milwaukee makes great tools but ti seems like all these brands are branching out into accessories. Sounds good to me as long as they are good quality. These level 5 gloves are really nice. Super soft lining for warmth, nice thick rubber dipped fingers and palms for durability. Ive been using them running water lines all this winter and the rubber keeps my fingers dry. I alternate between the level 4 and the 5 depending on the weather. I did think the level 5 would be a little warmer than the 4, but Im now thinking this is just the cut resistance. I will say I ordered the Large and I wish I had gotten the XL. They do seem to loosen up a bit after you work in them a bit.
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                  • Recommended
                  3 found this review helpful
                  Great Quality On These
                  Everyone knows that Milwaukee makes great tools but ti seems like all these brands are branching out into accessories. Sounds good to me as long as they are good quality. These level 4 gloves are really nice. Super soft lining for warmth, nice thick rubber dipped fingers and palms for durability. Ive been using them running water lines all this winter and the rubber keeps my fingers dry. I will say I ordered the Large and I wish I had gotten he XL. They do seem to loosen up a bit after you work in them a bit.
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                  • Recommended
                  1 found this review helpful
                  great gloves or working with muddy or snowy things.
                  Milwaukee Large Red Latex Level 5 Cut Resistant Insulated Winter Dipped Work Gloves, Gray. I though I was getting a pair of gloves and was pleasantly surprised when we received a six-pack! These size Large 9" gloves are nice gloves, though a little tight for me. I can wear them but would probably be warmer if they were the XL size for me. My wife can wear them as well. They will be great for doing the early spring gardening in the cold mud. I don't usually wear gloves and working in the mud really dries out my hands. These gloves should be a great help for that.
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                  • Recommended
                  1 found this review helpful
                  Comfortable, Great Grip
                  These are ideal work gloves when it's cold in the shop. There's just enough insulation to keep your hands warm, but thin enough that you still have good dexterity. The gloves are a nice snug fit. The back side is breathable, but still reasonable warm. The palm and fingers are dipped in latex and provide some protection against cuts. The finish is flexible and tacky enough that you can manipulate hand tools and still pick up small objects like nuts and bolts.
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